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Need Help on N-400, Again

Discussion in 'US Citizenship' started by xyr888, Apr 13, 2012.

  1. xyr888

    xyr888 Registered Users (C)

    I post my question again since nobody respond to my previous one.

    On N-400, should I list all my residence, even the temporary addresses during the 4-year college near the campus? I always keep my home address as permanent one, which receive all my mails.

    I'll go to graduate school this fall in another state, by that time I'll apply for my citizenship, should I file AR 11 for change of address, even my home address is the permanent one, which I keep receiving my mails? The two-year graduate school address will be the temporary address.

    Thanks in advance.

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